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Application: CFD for Waterway Damage Control
Posted Mon May 21, 2001 @02:30PM
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Application Researchers at the University of Hannover are using STAR-CD to predict sub-surface currents, wakes, and propeller jet impingement on waterway banks and beds. Damage to waterways from ship activity requires expensive repair work to correct.
“The results are very promising and we feel that the knowledge gap in this area is closing so that engineers will be able to better protect our waterways in the near future”

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ASME Turbo Expo 2001
Posted Mon May 21, 2001 @02:09PM
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Announcements Continuing the ASME tribute to beer and crawfish, the International Gas Turbine Institute is holding their Turbo Expo 2001 the week following the Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting.

Numerous CFD companies have signed up to attend.

Laissez les bons temps rouler!

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ASME Fluids 2001
Posted Mon May 21, 2001 @01:53PM
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Announcements The Cresent City hosts this year's ASME Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting. The conference offers several symposiums, forums, and tutorials on all manner of fluid engineering.

CFD Exhibitors include AEA Technology, AVL, and CD adapco Group.

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Elsa Releases New PC Workstation Graphics Card
Posted Fri May 18, 2001 @09:21AM
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Hardware These are good times for PC-based graphics workstation users as Elsa and 3Dlabs are fighting it out for your video card dollars. Elsa's newest entry into the market is the Synergy 2000 which looks to be a very capable entry-level card.
Based on the NVIDIA Quadro2 EX graphics processor it offers excellent graphics performance in the areas of 2D and 3D. Above all it is a perfect tool in the areas of stability and productivity-the highest priorities in professional applications. The ELSA Software Advantage™ offers a package of optimized drivers and tools for the most important CAD/CAM and DCC applications.
Although Elsa claimes an "unbeatable price performance ratio", I was unable to determine the price of the board.

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3Dlabs Takes Top Spot in NT Graphics
Posted Tue May 15, 2001 @03:04PM
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Hardware 3Dlabs has been announced as the Workstation Graphics Leader in a recent NT/Windows 2001 Workstation Market Study.
"Professional workstation users are increasingly demanding graphics products that are specifically engineered for professional graphics applications, rather than games chips pressed into service as makeshift workstation solutions," said Osman Kent, president and CEO of 3Dlabs. "3Dlabs is at the forefront of this trend, as indicated by this most-recent market share data. We believe that our continued focus on professional requirements will result in further growth in market share for 3Dlabs graphics accelerators going forward."

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SIM2001: Trade Fair on Simulation and Visualisation
Posted Tue May 15, 2001 @02:46PM
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Announcements SIM2001, an international trade fair on simulation and visualization, is scheduled for June 17-21, 2001 in Freiburg, Germany.
Simulation is a key technology for the manufacturing industry in the next decade. SIM 2001 is the answer to the needs of the new European market place in this field.

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